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... Whistler's muse and the Burghers of Calais. But the more interesting sculptures were in the beautiful gardens attached to the museum, which was formerly Rodin's home and workshop. Here, life size bronze sculptures were tucked in corners and along tree-lined walkways. We lunched in the gardens, then continued our viewing. Later we walked over to the Eiffel Tower past the beautiful golden dome of Les Invalides that houses the tomb of Napoleon. From there we took the # 69 ...
Today we were up at 5am and race to Bayswater station to catch the train. It turned out that the trains had a massive delay, so we had to catch a cab instead. Thankfully we arrived with plenty of time before we departed from The Burns Hotel in Earlscourt. We met up with the group, there was roughly 38 of us, mainly from Australia but there were two other couples from NZ. Everyone is mainly couples but there were a few singles too. We traveled ...
... lived. All the Light We Can Not See is set partly in Paris in Le Jardin des Plantes.
A Saturday in Le Jardin des Plantes: One of 20 exhibits at La Fete de la Nature was an apiary display. I had an interesting conversation with a French beekeeper who has some ...
... we emerged in the Carrousel where the line was moving very fast and we were indoors and Rob and I took turns shopping and standing in line. We were in in about 30 minutes. My favorite artifact/statue/Greco masterpiece is Nike, the winged Victory of Samothrace. So so beautiful and we got to see it at the Louvre. It's portrayed perfectly-I think, on top of a rock formation jutting out of the wall. You can see it from a distance as you walk up the stairs. It's just the ...
... pretty impressive! The lines were really long and we decided today was not the day to go up. So we got ham and butter sandwiches and drinks and ate them on a bench in the shadow of the tower. They were delicious! While we were eating, 3 dudes in military outfits with giant guns (machine gun looking guns, not arm muscles) came strolling slowly from one of the paths. That was a little odd but no one seemed to care about it so maybe ...